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June  Embryo & Mal Waldron & Charlie Mariano: 29.6.73 in Hamburg
July  Bartz~Konitz~Mariano~McLean: Altissimo
October  Supersister: Iskander
December  Sigi Busch: Age Of Miracles

Embryo & Mal Waldron & Charlie Mariano
29.6.73 in Hamburg

Embryo • 29.6.73 in Hamburg Bootleg LP of a concert recorded on June 29, 1973
View details on Klaus Unland's website
The Real Music Pages


Learn more about Embryo on the Bands & Leaders page
Learn more about Mal Waldron on the Bands & Leaders page

G. Bartz ~ L. Konitz ~ C. Mariano ~ J. McLean
Altissimo

Altissimo
Philips RJ-5102
 
Altissimo
Westwind 2019
Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
  • Gary Bartz – alto saxophone
  • Lee Konitz – alto saxophone
  • Jackie McLean – alto saxophone
  • Joachim Kühn – piano
  • Palle Danielsson – bass
  • Han Bennink – drums
Titles:
  1. Another Hairdo (Charlie Parker) 3:45
  2. Mode For Jay Mac (William Gault) 9:45
  3. Love Choral (Lee Konitz) 7:32
  4. Fanfare (Lee Konitz) 6:09
  5. Du (rain) (Gary Bartz) 3:32
  6. Hymn (Lee Konitz) 3:07
  7. Telieledu Rama (Tyagaraja, arranged by Charlie Mariano) 7:33
Recorded July 15, 1973 by Freddy Hansson at Rosenberg Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark
Produced by Joachim-Ernst Berendt
Released 1973 by Philips (Germany) RJ-5102 | Westwind (Germany) WW 2019

Websites: Gary Bartz, Han Bennink, Palle Danielsson, Lee Konitz, Joachim Kühn, Jackie McLean

Supersister
Iskander

Supersister • Iskander Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto & soprano saxophones, flute, nagaswaram
  • Sacha van Geest – flute
  • Robert-Jan Stips – keyboards, vocals
  • Ron van Eck – bass
  • Herman van Boeyen – drums
  • Pierre Moerlen – percussion
Titles:
  1. Introduction 0:41
  2. Dareios The Emporer 4:50
  3. Alexander 7:02
  4. Confrontation of the Armies 2:47
  5. The Battle 7:58
  6. Bagaos 2:53
  7. Roxane 3:21
  8. Babylon 7:57
  9. Lookin' Back 4:30
    Bonus Tracks (CD)
  10. Wow (Single Version) 5:35 *
  11. Drs. D 2:50 *
  12. Bagaos 2:43 **
  13. Memories Are New 6:07 **
All tracks written by Robert-Jan Stips and Ron van Eck, except "Wow" written by Supersister

Recorded October 1973 by Simon Heyworth at Manor Studio, Oxfordshire, England, UK
Produced by Giorgio Gomelski
Released on LP 1973 by Polydor (Netherlands) 2925 021
Remastered for CD by Ben Wiseman
Released on CD 2008 by Esoteric Recordings (UK) ECLEC 2058 including four bonus tracks

* A & B sides of single, released in the Netherlands as Polydor 2050 244 in 1973
** A & B sides of single, released in the Netherlands as Polydor 2050 272 in 1973

Learn more about Supersister on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Supersister, Herman van Boeyen , Robert-Jan Stips

Reviews
  • Achim Breiling   for Babyblaue Seiten (German)
  • Man Erg   for Pigs & Sheeps (English)
  • Hans-Joachim Krüger   for Sounds (German)

Sigi Busch
Age Of Miracles

Sigi Busch • Age Of Miracles Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto & soprano saxophones (on 1-3, 5-7)
  • Ed Kröger – trombone
  • Wolfgang Dauner – piano, synthesizer
  • Sigi Busch – bass, tuba
  • Kasper Winding – drums
Titles:
  1. Silver Sickle 8:42
  2. Frisia Non Cantat 4:36
  3. Kolophonium-Time 5:04
  4. Dragon Fly 2:20
  5. Age Of Miracles 2:32
  6. Did You See My Glasseye? 8:33
  7. Dwarf's Vision 9:10
  8. Tuba Or Not Tuba 0:55
All compositions by Sigi Busch

Recorded December 14 & 15, 1973 by Conny Plank at Windrose Studio, Hamburg, Germany
Cover Design: Herbert Joos
Produced by Peter Schulze
Released on LP by MPS (Germany) 202245

Learn more about Sigi Busch on the Bands & Leaders page

Websites: Sigi Busch, Wolfgang Dauner, Kasper Winding

Reviews
  • Hans Kumpf   for Jazz Podium 11/XXIV, p. 31, November 1975

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